Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Issue 3

Innovation in India

Jab zero diya mere bharat ne… You won’t find an Indian whose heart will not fill up with pride to hear the song. Ancient Indians did a stellar job in innovation and discovery; from algebra and decimals to surgery...

Volume 2 Issue 3 – Near The Point of No Return

Volume 2 Issue 3 It is December and the famous Delhi smog has descended on the national capital, blurring visibility, delaying flights, causing accidents on roads and leaving innumerable children coughing. The smog, resulted from the burning of paddy in...

Near the point of no return

As the world congregates at Paris to talk climate change, there is a sense of déjà vu among negotiators, governments, environmentalists, scientists, protesters and media (At the time of going for print, the actual negotations were yet to start)....

The start of a power struggle?

The Damocles’ sword that has been hanging over India in the form of the Gwador port is slowly taking a tangible form. The transfer of 2,000 acres of land in Balochistan to China by the Pakistan government is a...

Few for women sanitation

Because of poverty and lack of awareness, majority of rural women do not use sanitary napkins and are vulnerable to many diseases Abha Ekka, a student of sociology at the Ranchi University, till recently adheres to the belief that menstruation...

New life for alternative medicines making the mark worldwide

India’s relations with traditional me India’s relations with traditional medicines date back to 3000 B.C when Ayurveda first found mention in the oral traditions. Later on Atharva Veda dealt with some aspects of this system. But it was only...

Going out of reach

In a country where 22 per cent of population lives under BPL, the public healthcare system is facing shortage of funds & doctors Another front and this time the Mahatma Gandhi was once quoted saying “It is health that is...

Putting lives before profit

Major pharma companies across the world argue that with low profits, they cannot mobilise resource for innovation In 2005, World Trade Organization’s (WTO) agreement on TRIPS (Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights) came into force that allowed giving Big Pharma...

Shipping ministry: The exceptional performer

The NDA government has delivered on yet another front and this time the accomplishment was made in international shipping that had remained neglected during the previous regime. After a long interval, International Shipping regulators have revised the ‘high-risk area’...

Revolution on the anvil

Will the new draft civil aviation policy see the light of day? After telecommunications and internet, India is on the threshold of another revolution. This time, it’s in the sky. Thanks to the Draft National Civil Aviation Policy 2015 released...
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Dehradun reached 99th to 26th place in one year : Smart City

Dehradun Smart City's ranking has moved from 99 to 26th position in a year. Dehradun is consistently heading towards the top 100 Smart City...

Securing India’s Railway Networks from Cyber Threats

System vulnerabilities combined with the potential to cause economic damage make India’s railway networks an attractive target for cybercriminals. A cyber threat or disruption...

Implementing a Collaborative Approach to Cybersecurity in a Converged IT/OT Environment

By Antoine D'Haussy, BD director EMEA for Operational Technology at Fortinet. In industry, technical evolutions are transforming operations and driving innovation. And at the same...

Kochi Smart City Command Centre equipped with Delta Video wall Solutions goes Live

Delta, a leading provider of video wall solutions, successfully set up a large-scale Video wall for Kochi Smart City in its Integrated Command Control...